March 30, 2015

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BPD receives the least amount of funding from NIMH. Read more From the President’s Desk

NASSPD Conference March 28th and 29th. Special family rate $150!! For more information, please email neabpd@aol.com for full details.

March 1st Call-in 8pm to 9pm EST “Emotional Cascades and Understanding the Chaos and Complexity in Borderline Personality Disorder” Edward Selby, Ph.D. Register at neabpdcalls@aol.com

NEA.BPD Call-in Sunday February 22nd 8pm to 9pm EST Anthony Ruocco, Ph.D. “Cognitive Functioning and Functional Abilities in BPD.” register at neabpdcalls@aol.com

Hot off the NEABPD Call-in Series: Drs. Charlie Swenson and Kelly Koerner “Skills as the Core of DBT: Commentaries on the New Skills Manual.”

1st Call-in Feb 15th: Register at neabpdcalls@aol.com.. Read more about Drs Swenson and Koerner

Submissions invited for an anthology of BPD journeys to be published by New Harbinger Publication. Editors John G. Gunderson, MD and Perry D. Hoffman, Ph.D.

Radio interview with Andrew Chanen, MD in honor of Mental Health Week in Australia

Australia declares the first week of October to be BPD Awareness Week

Following House Resolution 1005 passed in the US in 2008, Australian Senate releases a Notice of Motion declaring the first week of October to be BPD Awareness Week

Australian launch—Family Connections “Going around the horn.”

NEA.BPD is excited to announce that it will commence Family Connections Leaders training in Australia early in 2015. The FC Leaders training weekend for mental health professionals and family members of people with borderline personality disorder will be offered at nominal cost. The training is for people interested in learning the skills to become volunteer […]